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The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, September 01, 1922, LATE FINANCIAL, Image 13

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HERE YOU
ARE, GIRLS.
This is a
dance step to
go with your
long skirts.
It's the Prog
reaa Walk.
Try It at
home firat.
? international
FISH NEARLY GOT
HIM. John McLean, aon of
E. B. McLean, Waahington
publisher, who waa pulled
from Ihis father'a yacht by
a huge codfish yesterday.
William Breedon plunged
into the water and saved him.
KNIGHTS OF VOL
STEAD have accumulated
much evidence by uaing this
sponge shown in the hand
of Misg Genevieve Hamilton,
secretary to Prohibition
Director Lyle, in Seattle.
No use breaking the bottle.
?International.
-1 SHOULD WORRY." Hays Ernest Wildman, of 24 K street
northeast.' A motortruck smashed his bicycle, but that's not
cauaing Ernest any concern, because Til get a few new
readers for Itie Washington Times and they will give me a
brand new one. That will be better than having this one
fixed."
??Times Staff Photographer.
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WHEN WIZARDS MEET.
Luther Burbank recently
made his first speech by
radio vis a portable broad
caating atation whkfi Nils
E. Borch, of Oakland, Cal?
built on his car.
?Internet! aa&l.
MAKE YOUR OWN. This
glider belonging to the Ber
lin Aero Club covered a
diatance of three miles re
cently. Get a load of lum
ber and a bolt of canvaa
and build your own.
?International.
WHERE
PENNI E 8
COUNT. Mr a.
Margar e t
Sum merlott,
seventy - two,
sells The
Times i n
front of the
Munsey Build
ing, eking a
bare exist
ence.
? Timee Staff
Photographer.
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MAN-EATING SHARK, 8
feet and 10 inches long,
caught at South River
Bridge, Md., by W. H.
Evana. The party started
out for a fiah fry. Thia is
what they got.
?Photo bjr Walter. C. Scheller.
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WAS BLIND, NOW SEES.
Nineteen-year-old Margaret
Wialer, of Norristown, Ps.,
became so frightened in a
near auto wreck she lost
her sight. Ten daya later,
after doctors failed, she
suddenly regained It.
?International.
HERE'S A NEW MYS
TERY. The police are try
ing to diacover whether a
man or a dog is responsible
for this vandalism going on
in Waahington. Mrs. S. E.
HaH, of 134 10th St. 8. E.,
had a porch swing destroyed.
?Twenty-flr?t Century Preee.
AT ALL
LEADING
THEATERS
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